Nestled in the attractive village of Drumnadrochit near Loch Ness, your stay at Morlea will provide you with a warm & welcoming bed & breakfast experience whilst ensuring a comfortable stay in a home from home environment. After a great night’s sleep enjoy a choice of breakfast which include a delicious full cooked Scottish breakfast, smoked salmon on scrmabled egg and toasted crumpets, warmed berry medley or porridge as well as pastries, cereals, fruit and yoghurts. The B&B overlooks the village green, perfectly positioned for convenient access to many local amenities including, cafés, restaurants and the local village pub. Drumnadrochit is set on the Great Glen Way from Fort William to Inverness, making Morlea B&B the perfect place for walking, hiking & cycling enthusiasts or for those who just want to escape everyday life. With Urqhart Castle and Loch Ness just a 5 minutes’ drive away, Morlea B&B is also the perfect base to explore the stunning scenery and rich history of the Scottish Highlands.
What are the rooms and facilities on offer at Morlea Bed & Breakfast?
With a variety of accommodation available including double bedrooms, and a twin bedroom all with en-suite shower rooms and a single bedroom with a private shower room. All of the bedrooms are well-appointed and feature free wireless internet access, a flat-screen TV, tea and coffee making facilities (including a Nespresso coffee machine). A free array of coffee pods, teas, hot chocolate, fresh milk & cookies and a slice of cake are offered on arrival. There is hanging and drawer space, a boot mat and a luggage rack available in every bedroom. Also available is a hairdryer with a heat-protective mat, hot water bottle, sewing kit, pack of cards and a dominoes set for your use. Ironing and drying facilities are also available on request.
What can guests enjoy when staying in the Drumnadrochit area?
There is something for everyone in the Drumnadrochit and Loch Ness area, from castle visits to boat trips to walks with breathtaking views, they have it all. Home to the famous Loch Ness Monster, Whiskey, the Scottish castles, and some of the most picturesque places in Scotland. One of the most common activities in Loch Ness is monster hunting. You can search from the shores or take a cruise across the water to get a closer look. The Loch Ness 360 ° Trail now allows you to view the loch from all angles. You can walk, run, or bike around the water from and to Inverness. Inverness is the nearest city to Loch Ness. In the area around Loch Ness there are also several picturesque small towns and villages that are fun to visit. Such as Drumnadrochit, Beauly, Invermoriston, Abriachan, Fort Augustus, Inverfarigiag, Foyers and Dores.